Because we'd instinctively use the genitive here, I don't think we'd put an adjective in at all, which is why I suggested "I'm my mother's daughter". The word "degna" would be implied.Hi,
in this case, degna means something like fitting, just, right, proper... In other contexts I'd use fitting, but I don't know if you can use it in this precise phrase... (Murphy, help please!?)
I am a fitting/just/proper/right daughter of my mother.
Hi Jo,Hello Murphy!
Like father like son - like mother like daughter?
Hope other speakers agree with this...
The latter means that you're the kind of daughter that your mother deserves.